(from English manage – manage) – specialist in production management and circulation of goods, hired manager. Managers organize work in the company, supervise the production activities of groups of employees of the firm.
Manager is an official of the firm, the company in which he works, and is a member of the middle and top management of firms. Managers are linear and functional managers of the organization or its structural subdivisions.
, the same chronic fatigue syndrome or the syndrome of “burnout” – this is a state of long-term stress, the consequence of which is physical and mental, primarily emotional exhaustion. For the manager’s syndrome is characterized by rapid fatigue and fatiguing exhaustion, which does not pass even after the holiday. The syndrome of chronic fatigue with surprising speed spreads in all civilized countries of the world. The difficulties with his treatment are explained by difficulties in determining the diagnosis. Such a rapid development of this ailment is associated with a high rhythm of life and an extremely high emotional and psychological burden that mankind has to face. For the first time the diagnosis of “syndrome manager” was put by American psychiatrists in 1984, but so far scientists can not give an unambiguous answer about the causes of the syndrome of chronic fatigue.
Manager’s syndrome is affected only by managers.
Although it is believed that people who occupy leading positions are more likely to be affected by this unpleasant disease, representatives of many professions suffer from the syndrome of the manager. As a rule, these are young, ambitious careerists, who give their work more than 10 hours a day.
Women do not become victims of a syndrome manager.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is equally dangerous for both men and women. Most often suffer from the syndrome of the manager people in the prime of their careers and forces – from 25 to 40 years.
Syndrome of a manager is a mental illness and it does not have physical manifestations.
In fact, the syndrome of the manager is often accompanied by colds, the causes of which against the background of a weakened immune system are typical for any office viruses: telephone handsets and keyboards. In addition, the manager’s syndrome is accompanied by weakness, fever, headaches and metabolic disorders. Often, these symptoms add an unhealthy complexion and a marked deterioration of the skin and hair.
The manager’s syndrome can not be noticed.
This is true, but only in the initial stages. At first, this is a serious illness, many write off for usual fatigue, a panacea for which one thinks of a normal week-long vacation. The sad fact is that the neglected stress does not pass after the holiday, but the significantly reduced work capacity can not be restored for weeks or even months.
In some people, congenital immunity is inherent in the manager’s syndrome.
It is not true, everyone risks to earn chronic fatigue, however it is proved that people who are overly emotional and easily suggestible are exposed to a much greater risk, as well as those who can not refuse to their superiors and colleagues in requests. Thus, if immunity does not guarantee, it significantly reduces the chances of getting sick with a healthy manager’s syndrome in a good sense of “pofigism” and the ability to say the word “no” in time.
Syndrome manager is common only in large cities.
So it is, it is difficult to find a resident of a rural area with a neglected syndrome of chronic fatigue. This is due, above all, a high rhythm of life in large cities. Emotional overload, to which residents of megacities are exposed, serve as a catalyst for the manager’s syndrome.
Syndrome manager is necessarily preceded by a protracted depression.
Depression is more a consequence of fatigue syndrome.Victims of the syndrome are often people who are at the peak of a career, and fully work in a state of severe depression is almost impossible.
Completely get rid of the syndrome of the manager with proper treatment can be in a couple of weeks.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is not acquired quickly, so treatment in neglected cases, that is, when the diagnosis of “manager’s syndrome” is confirmed, will be prolonged. Usually it lasts from six months to several months.
Supporting the power of the disease with the syndrome of a manager is successfully helped by strong stimulants: alcohol, caffeine and nicotine.
All these stimulants give only a temporary tonic effect, while a person needs a good rest. Instead of truly recovering strength, a person under a short exposure to coffee or a cigarette undergoes an erroneous belief in his high performance that ultimately exhausts the body and leads to a more advanced stage of the disease.
Vitamins help the manager’s syndrome.
It’s not true, it’s almost pointless to help some vitamins. To get rid of the syndrome of the manager, combined therapy is used, which includes the administration of multivitamins.
Workaholism is easy to defeat if you transfer part of the work to the evening.
The Labor Code does not foresee an eight-hour working day, usually from 9 to 18 or 10 to 19 hours. This is due, above all, to human biorhythms. It has been scientifically proven that the peak of working capacity is about 11 hours and almost at the end of the working day. The time of the beginning of work and about an hour after lunch break are more suitable for raking up routine tasks. But after ten in the evening the productivity of work is reduced, so generating brilliant ideas at this time will not work, and constant work at night will lead to physical and emotional exhaustion.
The best medicine is prevention.
This is indeed so. First of all, it’s worth changing your attitude to work and learning how to leave thoughts about it outside the office door. For emotional health, nothing is as important as a proper, full-fledged sleep. Ideally, a daily sleep should be at least 8 hours. If sleeplessness prevents sleep, it is necessary to overcome it, and it is necessary to start with a habit not to think about work before going to bed, because thoughts about the problems ahead will prevent sleep, and then sleep will become restless and shallow. In addition, ignoring a full night’s rest, it is difficult to work full-time on the next day, using all its potential. An effective way of preventing chronic fatigue syndrome is active rest, for example fitness.